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[image]Additional overhead view of the Sheet Metal Shop. - NASA
Additional overhead view of the Sheet Metal Shop.
Keywords: Additional overhead view of the Sheet Metal Shop
Downloads: 1,109
[image]Overhead view of the Sheet Metal Shop - NASA
Overhead view of the Sheet Metal Shop
Keywords: Overhead view of the Sheet Metal Shop
Downloads: 914
[image]NASA Dryden T-38 Flies Low-level Salute - NASA
NASA Dryden engineer and photographer Tom Bunce captured one of NASA«És T-38 mission support aircraft flown by NASA research pilots Troy Asher and Mark Pestana as they made a low-level flyby over the town of Tehachapi, Calif., during a recent pilot proficiency flight. (Photo courtesy of Tom Bunce)
Keywords: Who -- Mark Pestana
Downloads: 2,995
[image]Sheet Metal Shop - NASA
Sheet Metal Shop
Keywords: Sheet Metal Shop
Downloads: 644
[image]Dryden's T-38 Talon Trainer Jet in Flight - NASA
NASA Dryden's T-38 Talon trainer jet in flight over the main base complex at Edwards Air Force Base. Formerly at NASA's Langley Research Center, this Northrop T-38 Talon is now used for mission support and pilot proficiency at the Dryden Flight Research Center. May 5, 2006 NASA / photo Jim Ross ED06-0072-2
Keywords: Dryden's T-38 Talon Trainer Jet in Flight; Where -- Edwards Air Force Base; Where -- Langley Research Center (LaRC); Where -- Dryden Flight Research Center (DFRC)
Downloads: 1,658
[image]F-15B #837 Final Flight - NASA
Read News Release 09-04 With afterburners blazing, NASA's unique NF-15B research aircraft accelerates rapidly after taking off on its final flight from Edwards Air Force Base. The highly modified jet in its brilliant red, white and blue plumage was the test aircraft for several research projects during its 14 years with NASA, among them the Advanced Control Technology for Integrated Vehicles and Intelligent Flight Controls System research efforts...
Keywords: F-15B #837 Final Flight; Where -- Edwards Air Force Base
Downloads: 361
[image]F-15B #837 Lancets Project - NASA
Read News Release 09-04 NASA Dryden's NF-15B tail number 837's canards are tilted down during a pre-flight control check prior to a Lancets project flight. NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center accomplished a series of flight tests to measure shock waves generated by an F-15 jet in support of the Lift and Nozzle Change Effects on Tail Shock, or Lancets, project. The research flights, flown December 2008 through January 2009, were aimed at providing data to help validate computer models that could...
Keywords: F-15B #837 Lancets Project; Where -- Dryden Flight Research Center (DFRC)
Downloads: 896
[image]Lifting Body Pilots - NASA
Jerry Gentry, Pete Hoag, John Manke and Bill Dana are lined up by the HL-10 lifting body aircraft. Photo courtesy of Wen Painter
Keywords: Lifting Body Pilots
Downloads: 449
[image]NASA's DC-8 heads for landing at Air Force Plant 42 in Palmdale, Calif. - NASA
Agricultural fields spread out beyond NASA's DC-8 airborne science flying laboratory during a flight from NASA's Dryden Aircraft Operations Facility in Palmdale, Calif. November 8, 2007 NASA / Photo Jim Ross ED07-0256-17
Downloads: 124
[image]Lunar Landing Research Vehicle - NASA
Once NASA had been challenged to put a man on the moon and return him safely to Earth, attention turned to a delivery system for the mission. Less visible to the nation was how to resolve the matter of landing on the moon itself and then leaving it safely. Simultaneously but independently, engineers at the Flight Research Center (now Dryden) and Bell Aircraft Co. of Buffalo, N.Y., conceived of a free-flying machine meant to replicate the lunar environment - that is, the absence of an atmosphere,...
Keywords: Lunar Landing Research Vehicle; What -- Moon; What -- WIRE
Downloads: 408
[image]Robert 'Hoot' Gibson - NASA
BACK-SEAT DRIVER ED10-0230-07 Former NASA space shuttle astronaut and noted air race pilot Robert ''Hoot'' Gibson was all smiles after getting some stick-and-rudder time in a NASA F/A-18 Hornet mission support aircraft during a pilot proficiency flight with NASA Dryden research pilot Jim Smolka. Although Gibson had been a carrier-qualified Navy fighter pilot early in his career before joining NASA's astronaut corps, he had never previously flown in an F/A-18...
Keywords: What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter; Where -- Dryden Flight Research Center (DFRC)
Downloads: 223
[image]F-8 Digital Fly-By-Wire - NASA
The Digital Fly-By-Wire project pioneered the use of an electronic flight-control system coupled with a digital computer to replace conventional mechanical flight controls. A modified F-8 DFBW Crusader was the first to be used to validate the concept in 1972 at the Flight Research Center (now Dryden). It was the forerunner of the fly-by-wire flight control systems now used on the space shuttles and on today's military and civil aircraft to make them safer, more maneuverable and more efficient...
Keywords: F-8 Digital Fly-By-Wire; What -- WIRE; What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter; What -- Enterprise
Downloads: 176
[image]NASA's Crew Transport Vehicle Pulls Up to the Shuttle Discovery. - NASA
NASA's Crew Transport Vehicle, or CTV, pulls up to the Space Shuttle Discovery to offload the crew after a successful landing August 9, 2005 at Edwards Air Force Base, California. The landing marked the end of the STS-114 mission. Space Shuttle Discovery landed safely at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base in California at 5:11:22 a.m. PDT this morning, following the very successful 14-day STS-114 return to flight mission...
Keywords: NASA's Crew Transport Vehicle Pulls Up to the Shuttle Discovery; Who -- Eileen Collins; What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter; What -- Discovery; What -- STS-114; What -- International Space Station (ISS); Where -- Edwards Air Force Base; Where -- California; Where -- Dryden Flight Research Center (DFRC)
Downloads: 98
[image]B377SGT Super Guppy on Ramp Loading the X-24B and HL-10 Lifting Bodies - NASA
E76-30317 The Aero Spacelines B377SGT Super Guppy was at Dryden in May, 1976 to ferry the X-24 and HL-10 lifting bodies from the Center to the Air Force Museum at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The oversized cargo aircraft is a further modification of the B377PG Pregnant Guppy, which was built to transport outsized cargo for NASA's Apollo program, primarily to carry portions of the Saturn 5 rockets from the manufacturer to Cape Canaveral...
Keywords: What -- Saturn; What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter; Where -- Dryden Flight Research Center (DFRC); Where -- Ohio; Where -- California; Where -- Langley Research Center (LaRC)
Downloads: 3,817
[image]Martin Luther King Walk - NASA
ED10-0010-05 To honor the life work and vision of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Edwards Air Force Base and NASA Dryden Flight Research Center personnel, led by Air Force Flight Test Center commander Maj. Gen. David Eichhorn, joined in a march and celebration in Edwards' Chapel 1 on Thursday, Jan. 14. Centered on the theme of ''Remember! Celebrate! Act! A Day On, Not a Day Off!,'' the event encouraged Air Force and NASA personnel to participate in Martin Luther King Day of Servi...
Keywords: Where -- Edwards Air Force Base; Where -- Dryden Flight Research Center (DFRC)
Downloads: 88
[image]XB-70 Valkyrie - NASA
ECN-1814 This photo shows the XB-70A parked on a ramp at Edwards Air Force Base in 1967. Originally designed as a Mach 3 bomber, the XB-70A never went into production and instead was used for flight research involving the Air Force and NASA's Flight Research Center FRC, which was a predecessor of today's NASA Dryden Flight Research Center. The aircraft's shadow indicates its unusual planform. This featured two canards behind the cockpit, followed by a large, triangular delta wing...
Keywords: Where -- Edwards Air Force Base; Where -- Dryden Flight Research Center DFRC
Downloads: 7,081
[image]Robert 'Hoot' Gibson - NASA
STICK-AND-RUDDER TIME ED10-0230-12 Former NASA space shuttle astronaut and noted air race pilot Robert ''Hoot'' Gibson was all smiles after getting some stick-and-rudder time in a NASA F/A-18 Hornet mission support aircraft during a pilot proficiency flight with NASA Dryden research pilot Jim Smolka. Although Gibson had been a carrier-qualified Navy fighter pilot early in his career before joining NASA's astronaut corps, he had never previously flown in an F/A-18...
Keywords: What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter; Where -- Dryden Flight Research Center (DFRC)
Downloads: 199
[image]Bohn-Meyer Math and Science Odyssey - NASA
Read Feature Paul Jones, senior research chemist at the Air Force Research Laboratory at Edwards Air Force Base and Krista Esse, a student at Lancaster«És Amargosa Creek Middle School, get some hands-on experiment experience during the «É_Cowabunga Chemistry«É_ workshop at the 2009 Bohn-Meyer Math and Science Odyssey. February 6, 2009 NASA Photo / Tom Tschida ED09-0032-34
Keywords: Where -- Edwards Air Force Base
Downloads: 56
[image]Two T-38A Mission Support Aircraft Fly in Tight Formation. - NASA
NASA Dryden Flight Research Center's two T-38A Talon mission support aircraft flew together for the first time on Sept. 26, 2007 while conducting pitot-static airspeed calibration checks during routine pilot proficiency flights. The two aircraft, flown by NASA research pilots Kelly Latimer and Frank Batteas, joined up with a NASA Dryden F/A-18 flown by NASA research pilot Dick Ewers to fly the airspeed calibrations at several speeds and altitudes that would be flown by the Stratospheric Observat...
Keywords: Two T-38A Mission Support Aircraft Fly in Tight Formation; Who -- Frank Batteas; Where -- Dryden Flight Research Center (DFRC); Where -- Sofia
Downloads: 180
[image]STS-126 - NASA
The Space Shuttle Endeavour mounted atop its modified Boeing 747 carrier aircraft flies over California's Mojave Desert on its way back to the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Dec 10, 2008. › Read STS-126 Status Report December 10, 2008 NASA Photo / Carla Thomas ED08-0306-148
Keywords: STS-126; What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter; What -- Endeavour; What -- STS-126; Where -- Kennedy Space Center (KSC); Where -- Florida
Downloads: 158
[image]X-Wing - NASA
EC87-0050-001 One of the most unusual experimental flight vehicles appearing at NASA's Ames-Dryden Flight Research Facility later redesignated Dryden Flight Research Center in the 1980s was the Rotor Systems Research Aircraft RSRA X-Wing aircraft, seen here on the ramp. The craft was developed originally and then modified by Sikorsky Aircraft for a joint NASA-Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency DARPA program and was rolled out 19 August 1986...
Keywords: Where -- Dryden Flight Research Center DFRC
Downloads: 36
[image]Flight Simulators - NASA
EC04-0288-2 The F-18 simulator at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, California. Simulators offer a safe and economical alternative to actual flights to gather data, as well as being excellent facilities for pilot practice and training.The F-18 Hornet is used primarily as a safety chase and mission support aircraft at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, California. As support aircraft, the F-18's are used for safety chase, pilot proficiency, aerial photography and other mi...
Keywords: Where -- Dryden Flight Research Center DFRC; Where -- California
Downloads: 24
[image]AFTI/F-16 - NASA
EC91-630-8 The AFTI F-16 flying at high angle of attack, shown in the final configuration and paint finish. Dummy Sidewinder air-to-air missles are attached to the wing tips. The white objects visible on the wing racks represent practice bomb dispensers, used in weapon tests. November 22, 1991 NASA Photo & F-16 AFTI Project Description
Downloads: 61
[image]Cathy Bahm, Orion Abort Flight Test Integration Deputy Project Manager, Briefs News Media on Testing - NASA
Cathy Bahm, Orion Abort Flight Test integration deputy project manager, briefs news media on testing in Dryden's Flight Loads Laboratory. October 29, 2008 NASA / Photo Tom Tschida ED08-0281-05
Keywords: Cathy Bahm, Orion Abort Flight Test Integration Deputy Project Manager, Briefs News Media on Testing; What -- Orion
Downloads: 35
[image]Buzz Lightyear Returns From Space on Discovery - NASA
ED09-0266-09 Disney«És space ranger Buzz Lightyear returned from space on Sept. 11 aboard space shuttle Discovery«És STS-128 mission after 15 months aboard the International Space Station. His time on the orbiting laboratory will be celebrated in a ticker-tape parade together with his space station crewmates and former Apollo 11 moonwalker Buzz Aldrin on Oct. 2 at Walt Disney World in Florida. September 11, 2009 NASA Photo / Tony Landis
Keywords: Who -- Buzz Aldrin; What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter; What -- Ranger; What -- STS-128; What -- International Space Station (ISS); What -- Apollo 11; What -- Discovery; Where -- Florida
Downloads: 201
[image]Shuttle Discovery on the Runway at Edwards Air Force Base in California. - NASA
The sun rises on the Space Shuttle Discovery as it rests on the runway at Edwards Air Force Base, California, after a safe landing August 9, 2005 to complete the STS-114 mission. Space Shuttle Discovery landed safely at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base in California at 5:11:22 a.m. PDT this morning, following the very successful 14-day STS-114 return to flight mission...
Keywords: Shuttle Discovery on the Runway at Edwards Air Force Base in California; Who -- Eileen Collins; What -- Sun; What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter; What -- Discovery; What -- STS-114; What -- International Space Station (ISS); Where -- Edwards Air Force Base; Where -- Dryden Flight Research Center (DFRC); Where -- California
Downloads: 299
[image]GPCEx Canadian Precipitation Experiment
ED12-0008-02 NASA Goddard engineer Zhaonan Zhang adjusts the Conical Scanning Millimeter-wave Imaging Radiometer, or CoSMIR, scan head prior to installation in NASA’s DC-8 flying science laboratory. The instrument is being used in the GCPEx airborne study of snowfall in Canada and the northeastern United States. January 9, 2012 NASA / TomTschida
Downloads: 236
[image]F-15B #837 Lancets Project - NASA
Read News Release 09-04 NASA Dryden's two F-15B research aircraft take off together on a Lancets project research mission. NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center accomplished a series of flight tests to measure shock waves generated by an F-15 jet in support of the Lift and Nozzle Change Effects on Tail Shock, or Lancets, project. The research flights, flown December 2008 through January 2009, were aimed at providing data to help validate computer models that could be used in designing quieter sup...
Keywords: F-15B #837 Lancets Project; Where -- Dryden Flight Research Center (DFRC)
Downloads: 135
[image]NASA Dryden«ÉŸs F-18 #853 Research Aircraft Returns to Flight - NASA
ED09-0157-03 NASA Dryden's F-18 #853 research aircraft that was the centerpiece of the Active Aeroelastic Wing project several years ago took to the skies again June 18 for the first time since 2007. The flight was a functional check following the extended downtime. The aircraft will replace Dryden's now-retired NF-15B #837 as the full-scale flight research test bed for NASA's Integrated Resilient Aircraft Controls (IRAC) program...
Keywords: What -- Infrared Array Camera (IRAC)
Downloads: 121
[image]NB-52B - NASA
Two Boeing B-52 Stratofortress bombers were modified as motherships to launch the X-15 rocket planes. On each aircraft, the bombardier's station was replaced with a console for a launch panel operator; a slot was cut in the right wing to accommodate the X-15's tail fin; and the wing was fitted with a special pylon for carrying the research vehicle. The NB-52A, Air Force serial 52-0003, was named "The High and Mighty One," and the NB-52B (Air Force serial 52-0008) was called "The Challenger." Bot...
Keywords: NB-52B; What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter; What -- Pegasus
Downloads: 282
[image]Machine Shop Lathe Area - NASA
Machine Shop Lathe Area
Keywords: Machine Shop Lathe Area
Downloads: 487
[image]Supercritical Wing - Winglets - NASA
In the late 1970s Richard Whitcomb of Langley Research Center, Hampton Va., developed winglets, which reduced drag on aircraft wings. They were the third of his major aeronautical discoveries. In the 1960s, he had originated the supercritical wing, an airfoil shape that reduced drag at speeds just below Mach 1. In the 1950s, Whitcomb developed the area rule concept, discovering that a narrowing in the fuselage over the wing reduced high-speed drag at transonic speeds...
Keywords: Supercritical Wing - Winglets; Where -- Langley Research Center (LaRC)
Downloads: 256
[image]Orion Launch Complex - NASA
Read News Release 09-08 Launch Complex 32 at White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico that will be the site of the Orion Abort Flight Tests is shown in this overall view. February 25, 2009 NASA photo
Keywords: Orion Launch Complex; What -- Orion; Where -- New Mexico
Downloads: 52
[image]100-ton Hydraulic Bending Brake - NASA
100-ton Hydraulic Bending Brake
Keywords: 100-ton Hydraulic Bending Brake
Downloads: 429
[image]F-15B #836 Research Testbed - NASA
Read News Release 09-04 NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center has flown this modified F-15B Eagle as a research test bed and mission support aircraft since the early 1990s. The aircraft has been used as the platform for a wide range of experiments and research projects requiring an aircraft with supersonic capability. January 30, 2009 NASA Photo / Tony Landis ED09-0011-13
Keywords: F-15B #836 Research Testbed; Where -- Dryden Flight Research Center (DFRC)
Downloads: 73
[image]Lifting Body Aircraft - NASA
A fleet of lifting-body research vehicles were flown at Dryden from 1963 to 1975 to validate the concept of flying a wingless craft back to Earth from space and landing it like a conventional aircraft at a pre-determined site. Aerodynamic lift - essential to flight in the atmosphere - was obtained from the shape of the vehicles rather than from wings, as on a normal aircraft. In 1962, Flight Research Center director Paul Bikle approved a program to build a lightweight, unpowered lifting body as ...
Keywords: Lifting Body Aircraft; What -- Earth; What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter; Where -- Edwards Air Force Base; Where -- Ohio
Downloads: 267
[image]W3 Star-forming Region
This mid-infrared image of the W3A star cluster in the inset was captured by the FORCAST camera on the SOFIA flying observatory in 2011. It is overlaid on a near-infrared image of the W3 star-forming region from the Spitzer space telescope. The SOFIA image scale is 150 x 100 arcseconds, and the red, green and blue colors represent 37, 20 and 7 μm. The red, green and blue colors in the background image from Spitzer represent 7.9, 4.5, 3.6 μm...
Downloads: 230
[image]NASA's F-18 Systems Research Aircraft Ready for an External Vision System Project Flight. - NASA
Photo Description NASA research pilot Jim Smolka prepares to take off in NASA's F-18 Systems Research Aircraft for an External Vision System project flight. Project Description NASA Dryden partnered with Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. on the External Vision System project to demonstrate the use of a high definition video camera and monitor system on the F-18B Systems Research Aircraft to identify human factor aspects associated with reduced visibility from the cockpit...
Keywords: NASA's F-18 Systems Research Aircraft Ready for an External Vision System Project Flight
Downloads: 195
[image]Gulfstream G-III - NASA
A half-dozen test flights in early 2007 evaluated the aerodynamic effect of the UAVSAR pod on the performance of NASA's Gulfstream-III research testbed. February 26, 2007 NASA Photo / Tom Tschida ED07-0027-56
Keywords: Gulfstream G-III
Downloads: 582
[image]Shuttle Columbia Touches Down on lakebed at Edwards Air Force Base. - NASA
The Space Shuttle Columbia touches down on lakebed runway 23 at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., to conclude the first orbital shuttle mission. April 14, 1981 NASA / Photo ED06-0045-1
Keywords: Shuttle Columbia Touches Down on lakebed at Edwards Air Force Base; What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter; What -- Columbia; Where -- Edwards Air Force Base
Downloads: 387
[image]Gulfstream G-III - NASA
A forest of tufts are mounted on the underbelly and pylon of NASA's Gulfstream-III research aircraft to help engineers determine airflow around the UAVSAR pod. February 26, 2007 NASA Photo / Tony Landis ED07-0027-01
Keywords: Gulfstream G-III
Downloads: 240
[image]NASA Dryden's T-38 Talon Trainer Aircraft in Flight - NASA
NASA Dryden's T-38 Talon trainer aircraft in flight near Edwards Air Force Base. Formerly at NASA's Langley Research Center, this Northrop T-38 Talon is now used for mission support and pilot proficiency at the Dryden Flight Research Center. May 5, 2006 NASA / Photo Jim Ross ED06-0072-4
Keywords: NASA Dryden's T-38 Talon Trainer Aircraft in Flight; Where -- Edwards Air Force Base; Where -- Langley Research Center (LaRC); Where -- Dryden Flight Research Center (DFRC)
Downloads: 632
[image]F-15B #837 Intelligent Flight Control System (IFCS) - NASA
NASA Dryden's highly modified F-15B, tail number 837, seen here with the Boron Mine as a backdrop, resumed Intelligent Flight Control System (IFCS) project flights on Dec. 6, 2002. December 6, 2002 NASA Photo / Carla Thomas EC02-0281-2
Downloads: 20
[image]DC-8 ASCENDS II Mission
Data from the new laser instruments that were captured during one of the ASCENDS II atmospheric sampling instrument validation flights was recorded on equipment in this rack installed on NASA's DC-8 flying laboratory. July 2011 NSERC / Emily Schaller
Downloads: 7
[image]X-24B
EC75-4806 John Manke with X-24B NASA research pilot John Manke with the X-24B lifting body after a 1975 flight. Manke's precision unpowered landing of the X-24B on the main concrete runway at Edwards Air Force Base led designers of the space shuttle to eliminate jet engines that had been intended to aid landing approaches of the shuttles from the shuttle's design. September 5, 1975 NASA photo
Downloads: 17
[image]Shuttle Carrier Aircraft
ED11-0237-31 The brown expanse of California's high desert provides the backdrop for NASA's two modified Boeing 747 Shuttle Carrier Aircraft as they flew in formation for the first time ever. NASA Dryden photographer Carla Thomas captured this shot of NASA 911 (lower right) and NASA 905 (upper left) as they lied up abreast in the Edwards Air Force Base test range. NASA 911 was on a required pilot proficiency flight, and NASA 905 was on a check flight after undergoing maintenance...
Downloads: 14
[image]Eagle Fire NE View
The false-color yellow markings on this image taken July 22 by NASA’s Autonomous Modular Scanner represent hot spots of the Eagle fire in San Diego County, Calif. The blue lines represent the approximate flight path of NASA’s B200 aircraft that carried the scanner. The scanner operates like a digital camera with special filters to detect light energy at visible, infrared and thermal wavelengths...
Downloads: 11
[image]DROID - Dryden Remotely Operated Integrated Drone
ED10-0238-05 The modified “DROID” small UAV research aircraft in the foreground is being used as a test bed for further development of autonomous ground collision avoidance system software that was successfully flight-tested on the Air Force F-16D behind it at NASA Dryden in 2010. August 17, 2010 (NASA / Tony Landis)
Downloads: 75
[image]Autonomous Aerial Refueling (AAR) - NASA
EC02-0282-3 A NASA F/A-18 flies over the Dryden Flight Research Center and Rogers Dry Lake on December 11, 2002. The aircraft participated in the Automated Aerial Refueling (AAR) project. The 300-gallon aerial refueling store seen on the belly of the aircraft carries fuel and a refueling drogue. This aircraft acted as a tanker in the study to develop an aerodynamic model for future automated aerial refueling, especially of unmanned vehicles...
Keywords: Where -- Dryden Flight Research Center (DFRC)
Downloads: 65
[image]AMS in King Air
ED11-0222-20 Mounted in a box on the floor of NASA's B200 King Air, the Autonomous Modular Scanner peers out through an aperture in the bottom of the aircraft. The scanner operates like a digital camera with special filters to detect light energy at visible, infrared and thermal wavelengths as it peers through smoke and haze to detect active hot spots in wildfires. NASA / Tony Landis July 27, 2011
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